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bimodal

("Two Modes") Having two states or conditions. See bimodal IT.
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Our study shows that binomial or OLS models may match the unadjusted means but poorly estimate the entire distribution when the outcome is bimodally distributed.
In short, culture wars discourse conceives American society as bimodally distributed into two polarized, independent and largely distinct groups.
Annual rainfall, which occurs from April to November, is between 1600 and 2000 mm, bimodally distributed with peaks in July and September and with a very high intensity.
2c and d), there is a tendency to bimodal distribution, whereas the copolymers are bimodally distributed in all the solvents and polymer concentrations studied here.
Overall abundance (n=41,451 individuals) and species rich hess (n = 61 species) were distributed bimodally across the nearshore to offshore transect, and the highest values were found on either side of the sand ridge regardless of gear type.
The output shaft also was attached to a traction motor known as the "torquer" that could operate bimodally by either adding torque or subtracting it through regenerative braking.
Unsupervised learning, however, would be feasible, if VOT values were bimodally distributed, clustering, for example, around +5 and +30.
The metabolic activity of cytochrome P450 2D6 was found in many studies to be bimodally distributed in Europeans and other white populations.
This contribution of multiple genes is supported by studies in animals and humans, in which peripheral blood pressure follows a single monotonic distribution that is not bimodally distributed (8).
in] was bimodally distributed among the 10 participants, with three participants (Anstey Hill system) having mean TCA[A.
Among current smokers, discounting rates were distributed bimodally.